>>7249028 I've been hospitalized a half dozen times over as many months in 2015. All stays were at the Veteran's Hospital. Their food was 100x better than that. And there was plenty of it. -coffee -tea -soup broth -grape juice -orange juice -blackened chicken breast -roasted potatoes -mixed steamed vegetables -bread and butter -various desserts (pudding, cake, cookies, etc)
>>7251740 I think it may differ from NHS hospital to hospital. In my local one the patient food is beyond disgusting. I had to buy my own food from the canteen (much nicer and much more choice) just to get rid of the taste of the patient's slop.
>>7251759 >>7251853 When I was visiting the shit they had at the canteen was way worse than anything the patients were getting I guess it must differ between the NHS hospitals but it looked like bringing your own food was definitely the best option
>>7251860 Well, most of the pateint food in most hospitals is bulk made in a factory in Wales and then shipped out to hospitals up and down England, to be reheated in the canteens. I know that some of the hospitals down south (mainly in London) do cook their own patient food in the canteen. Where abouts is your hospital? Mines up north and the food is piss poor.
>>7249028 This was my first meal after small intestine surgery. Not sure if steak was the best choice after that kind of surgery but it was damn good for hospital food, and I've had a lot of hospital food.
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